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September 4, 2019
Kirkland-based Dibble Engineers Inc. hired Amy Chollman as a project engineer, Josh Pugh as a project manager, Lindsey Peterson as a design engineer and Bruce Johnson and Michael Brewer as CADD designers. Chollman is working on a structural collapse investigation, single-story commercial structures and residential remodels in the greater Seattle area. For the past five years, she was with regional firms in Oklahoma City, designing Federal Emergency Management Agency tornado shelters and hospitals, and working on the Oklahoma Capitol Building restoration. Pugh has a doctorate in structural engineering from the University of Washington, has been a consulting engineer for over 10 years and taught structural engineering at Seattle University. He is working on new residential projects and retrofit projects using various construction materials.
Peterson is an engineer in training with a bachelor's in civil engineering from Gonzaga University. She is working on new and existing residential buildings and an anchorage system for an aerial tram. Johnson is working on home remodeling, repair and new construction projects as a structural CADD designer. He has over 20 years of experience as a CADD drafter and was with Aerotek, providing drafting of life safety, fire alarm and other security systems. Brewer has 15 years of industry experience, including the last five creating shops drawings for architectural metal fabrications at Five Star Metals in Seattle. DEI is a structural engineering firm.